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... moved into my dorm and went into the common room to socialize with a few of the other people there. That night I just sat in front of the tv and watched transformers 2 on the tele. It was a pretty average day but well needed.
Sun 27th July, I woke up and checked out of my hostel. I stashed my bag and stuffed down some breakfast before chilling on the couch for a while before walking to the bus terminal. Vale had a couple extra days off work so we had decided to get ...
... Aries, the town soon started to grow in influence and by 1813 the state of Cuyo was made with Mendoza as its capital.
Its proximity to Chile through the Uspallata Andean valley pass led to the formation of a Chilean/Argentine patriotic army under the then Governor of Cuyo , San Martin,this army used Mendoza as a base to stage war against the Spanish and help secure independence for Chile and Peru. San Martin is considered one of the great post Spanish heroes in ...
... who does not drive a cab, I didn't question it. And when his brother pulled a crowbar and a rope out of the trunk of his car, I calmly started picking out titles for the Lifetime movie that would be based on my kidnapping story.
But then a curious thing happened, the two men began tying the cars together with the rope. Before I could figure out what was happening, a cab full of five people was being towed with a single rope for seven blocks to the nearest gas ...
... capital though because of all the trouble and hooliganism it causes between the biggest rival fans. The match is played a week before the season starts for the super clásico trophy between these two teams each time. We had tickets in the River Plate section but not behind the goal aw this area was standing only and the middle section is reserved for the River Plate hooligans. The same also happens in the other end with the Boca hooligans too, and apparently ...
... then the best
bit of all, we ended up in an Artisan chocolate shop in town. The guy was
really nice, and got talking about when he was a Rugby international player for
Argentina and he played in Italy, which Maddie and Bartley loved. Bartley used
to train the Irish youth side, so anything rugby related he is all over. The
guy took us through how he makes his chocolates, and then poured us all this
honey liquor and brought out three trays covered ...